The Science + Technology Park at Johns Hopkins anchors a mixed-use redevelopment of 88 acres adjacent to the Johns Hopkins University medical campus and hospital in East Baltimore. Centered on the new 5.5-acre Eager Park, this effort includes new commercial lab and office space, retail, for-sale and rental housing and a new K-8 public school.
Opened in 2006, more than 20 life science companies and research institutions have located here to partner with Johns Hopkins in commercializing scientific discovery. In addition, 260 residential units and a 350-unit graduate student housing building are occupied. Residents and employees working around Eager Park have priority to send their children to the new K-8 Henderson Hopkins School. Significant development of housing, office, lab and retail space is underway.
Immediately north of the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Bloomberg School of Public Health and School of Nursing campus in East Baltimore. The site, one mile east of Downtown and the Inner Harbor, is served by the Metro, Charm City Circulator and local bus service.
- 855 N. Wolfe Street – a fully leased, 280,000-square-foot lab and office building completed in 2006.
- The Maryland Public Health Lab – completed in 2014, this 170,000-square-foot, critical-mission facility is occupied by the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.
- Henderson Hopkins K-8 Community School and Weinberg Early Childhood Center – The first new public school constructed in Baltimore City in 22 years, operated by Johns Hopkins School of Education for neighborhood residents and workers who live in the City.
- MICA Place – Maryland Institute College of Art graduate program
- Berman Bioethics Institute
- Washington Street garage and Walgreens